Here are the new Electron apps and talks that were added to the site in September.
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If you've made an Electron app or host a meetup, make a pull request to add it to the site and it will make the next roundup.
In September, GitHub held its GitHub Universe conference billed as the event for people building the future of software. There were a couple of interesting Electron talks at the event.
- Making Electron Development Simpler, More Pleasant, and More Productive by Machisté Quintana, a Software Engineer at Slack.
- Electron: Desktop Apps with Web Languages by Zeke Sikelianos, an Electron Developer at GitHub.
Also, if you happen to be in Paris on December 5, Zeke will be giving an Electron talk at dotJS 2016.
|Search for completely free photos and copy them into your clipboard
|A better macOS menu bar clock with a customizable date/time display and a calendar
|Music player compatible with Spotify, Soundcloud, Play Music and your local files
|WebRTC Desktop Phone
|Instant-messaging App powered by RongCloud IM Cloud Service and IM SDK
|An easy way to make presentation
|Cycligent Git Tool
|Straightforward, graphic GUI for your Git projects
|Stay focused and boost productivity with Foco
|Win Diners for Life Know and serve them better with the all-in-one restaurant software suite.
|See every action on your emails in real-time Compose anywhere.
|A Firebase data management tool
|A Simple Friendly Markdown Note
|A simple but smart menubar weather app
|A work collaboration product that brings conversation to your files
|Simple music player
|Next generation desktop rich content editor that saves documents with themes HTML & Markdown compatible. For Windows, OS X & Linux.
|Financial data analytics tool for businesses
|Shortcuts for texts you copy frequently, folders and emojis
|Set of front-end-code generators